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Signs of Respiratory Problems in Pets

Respiratory issues are common among pets like dogs and cats. Whether it’s due to irritants in the air produced by cat litter, or another respiratory concern, it’s important to work with your vet to figure out how to reduce these respiratory problems. Many pets have respiratory issues triggered by allergens or even stress. Certain illnesses, such as feline calicivirus (FCV) are also associated with respiratory issues. Besides symptoms like wheezing, sneezing or coughing, there are certain signs that may signal that your pet is having respiratory problems. Watch for shallow, labored or rapid breathing, especially with noticeable movement in their abdomen, which shows that they are struggling to get more air. Cats that extend the head or move the elbows away from the chest into a praying position may also be having difficulty breathing.